It seems the Diario de Yucatan is determined to get the word out about those massages on Progreso's beach.
In an article on page 14 of todays' Local section, the headline reads: "Critica la Iglesia un 'final feliz' (Church criticizes a 'happy ending'). Apparently Progresos' head church person heard about the story and called it a 'vulgarity' and stated that the citizens of Progreso have much more to offer than these types of 'sexual attentions'.
Personally, I don't know what he means; there's precious little in Progreso to offer the cruise ship tourists besides beer, fried fish and tired handicrafts mass-produced elsewhere.
His closing remarks exhort people to 'avoid' these services (not abstain, avoid) to preserve their health and good morals.
I think it might actually be good for the Progreso economy and may result in some more money in the municipal coffers that could be used for say picking up the trash the good citizens of the port happily leave strewn about without a care.
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